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The University of Southampton
Interdisciplinary Centre for Law, Internet and Culture (iCLIC)

What is a legal engineer and how do you become one? Event

Time:
18:00
Date:
2 May 2017
Venue:
University of Southampton, Highfield Campus, Building 6, Room 1083 (L/R C)

For more information regarding this event, please email Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon at S.Stalla-Bourdillon@soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Professor Richard Susskind has written and spoken a great deal about this in the context of the future of law and lawyers. If you don’t know anything about this now, it’s essential that you find out about it before you decide on your future legal career. If you are interested in a career in legal services that does not necessarily rely on traditional lawyer/client relationships and instead would like to explore the ability to use your legal knowledge in training to become a person who can write workflows to manage many types of legal cases, using cutting edge tools, then you are half-way to wanting to become a legal engineer and should definitly attend the session!

Speaker information

Martin Langan,Director of Legal Workflow Limited,A solicitor with vast experience in private practice, known nationally for work with legal technology and founder of the company Legal Workflow Limited. Martin first started using case management in 1997 to meet his needs as a busy practitioner and has since then developed expertise in writing bespoke case workflows for clients of most of the UK legal software companies. He advises firms on IT strategies, business process improvement and selection of legal software, including online options.

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